3º ESO

Topics for Oral exams 3º EOI June 2013

1.      What can you do in your town / city when the weather is bad?
2.      Describe a room you like (in your house or another place). Why do you like it? 
3.      Describe someone who is important to you. Why are they important?
4.      What do you want to do in the future?
5.       Talk about a place you have visited. What were your first impressions of it?
6.      Talk about a book you have read or a film you have seen.

1.      Describe a photo. Then discuss the questions with
Student A/B
What do you find stressful or annoying in daily life?
 What do you usually do to relax?
 How could you change your life to be healthier?.
2.      –Student A You want to make plans to meet a friend at the weekend. Use the
ideas below to help you. You start the conversation.
 Greet your partner
• Ask him / her about their plans for next Saturday
and invite him / her to your house for lunch
• Say you’re busy in the morning (say why). Suggest
going to the cinema in the evening
• Agree. Say you’ll check the internet to see when
the film starts
• Agree. Say you’ll call later to arrange a time
• Finish the conversation
-          Student B
You want to make plans to meet a friend at the weekend. Use the ideas below to help you. Student A starts the conversation.
 • Greet your partner
• Say you’re having lunch with your mother on
Saturday. Suggest meeting for coffee in the morning
• Agree. Suggest a film you’d like to see
• Agree. Ask where you should meet
• Finish the conversation

3.      Student A
You would like to join a new gym. Student B works at the
gym. Answer Student B’s questions, then ask him / her
for some information. Use the ideas on the card to help
you. Student B starts the conversation.
• Greet Student B and say you would like to join the gym
• Give Student B some personal details (name, date of birth, address, telephone number)
• Tell Student B that you have been going to a different gym for four years
• Tell Student B how often you usually go to the gym
• Ask Student B how much gym membership costs
• Ask Student B if there are any classes at the gym
• Thank Student B and finish the conversation
Student B
You work at a gym. Student A would like to join the gym. Ask him / her for
some personal information. Then answer Student A’s questions. Use the
ideas on the card to help you. You start the conversation.

• Greet Student A and ask how you can help
• Ask Student A for some personal details (name, date of birth, address, telephone number)
• Ask Student A if they have used a gym before
• Ask Student A how often they go to the gym
• Gym membership costs £50 a month, or £40 a month for students
• There are aerobics, pilates, yoga, and Zumba classes at the gym
• Give Student A an application form and finish the conversation

 New Virtual Wall for your writings.

Reading Book
Leopard Trail

Burlington books 3


Jungle rescue!
While on a business trip in Indonesia, David Beck left his hotel to go for a walk in the jungle. He took with him a bottle of water, some fruit and biscuits, and a mobile phone, but he didn't have a map or a compass.

He walked along a path for three hours, following signpost to a local beauty spot. After a short rest there, he decided to return to the hotel. But after a while he realized that he was lost. He couldn't find the path and instead followed a river, hoping to find a village. When it got dark, he crawled under some bushes by the side of the river and slept.
David was scared, exhausted and lonely, so he called his wife at their home in London. She then rang the police in Indonesia, who started a huge search- and-rescue mission. For five days David wandered through the jungle.

One morning he saw a helicopter but it didn't see him. He stayed close to the river, and shouted for help every thirty minutes. Eventually, a police officer heard him and led him out of the jungle.

'I'd like to go trekking in the jungle again' said David. 'But next time I'll go with a guide'

1. Match the pictures and their definitions. Then find the words in the text.

1.- to move slowly; in the case of people or animals with the body near the ground.

2.- navigational instrument for finding directions

3.- move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment

4.- a line or route along which something travels or moves

5.-  a post bearing a sign that gives directions or shows the way

6.-    journey on foot, especially in the mountains




2.- Question 

 How long did David spend in the jungle?

2. Put the events in the correct order:
A.-He saw a helicopter.
B.- His wife phoned the police in Indonesia.
C.- He slept under some bushes
D.-He left his hotel
E.- He walked along a river
F- He phoned his wife in Britain 
G.-A police officer heard him shouting.
H-The Indonesian police phoned David. 
I.- He realized he was lost. 
J.-He walked to a local beauty spot.

4. How did David feel that morning?
 Write the adjective that describes his feelings.



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